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World War II Cut this famous Disney story from a movie into a short

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By the late 1930s, Mickey Mouse was starring in various shorts, and apparently, Walt Disney thought it was time for him to star in his own episodic adventure. As a result, Disney began development on “Mickey and the Beanstalk,” which would see Mickey teaming up with his friends Goofy and Donald in the classic story. Animation had begun, but due to the start of World War II, which cut the company off from the overseas distribution market, it had to be halted (via D23). The Disney animators strike of 1941 certainly didn’t help either.

This concept will not be completely eliminated. When the war ended, Disney returned to the project but decided to include it in a short segment in the longer “Fun and Fancy Free,” which you can now watch on Disney+. The 1947 film consisted of two shorter projects, “Bongo” and “Mickey and the Beanstalk.” “Bongo” was also supposed to be a series, but it was also folded due to the war.

While some version of the story eventually made it to people’s screens, it’s still one of the more compelling “What If” stories from Disney’s halls.

https://www.looper.com/803812/world-war-ii-cut-this-famous-disney-story-from-a-movie-to-a-short/ World War II Cut this famous Disney story from a movie into a short

Charles Jones

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